March 11, 2008 10:25

Panic At The Disco preview new tracks in London

They also slip in a customary cover

Panic At The Disco preview new tracks in London
Panic! At The Disco previewed a host of new songs at their gig at London's Roundhouse last night (March 11).

The returning emo stars played a number of songs from their forthcoming album 'Pretty. Odd.', including the first single 'Nine In The Afternoon'.

The band also performed a cover of The Band's classic song 'The Weight'.

Panic! At The Disco dispensed with their previous onstage antics, which included dancers and elaborate costumes, dressing in normal clothes in their bare set.

During support band Black Gold's set, Panic singer Brendon Urie lent his vocals to one song.

Panic! At The Disco played:

'We're So Starving'
'Nine In The Afternoon'
'But It's Better If You Do'
'Camisado'
'The Only Difference Between Martyrdom And Suicide'
'That Green Gentleman'
'There's A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey'
'Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off'
'The Weight'
'Build God Then We'll Talk'
'She's A Handsome Woman'
'I Write Sins Not Tragedies'
'Time To Dance'
'Mad As Rabbits'

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